“Our early life experiences remain alive in us and reflect to us the lives we now lead. For example, you may have been told you were “not good enough.” Taking into the account the power of the subconscious mind, you will unconsciously set up situations in your life that reflect this as a reality. We unconsciously recreate the known because it is “safe” and familiar. Alternatively if you were told “you are wonderful and perfect just as you are,” you are more likely to create a life that is wonderful and perfect just as it is and attract to yourself people who will mirror this inner programming and belief system.
Bruce Lipton refers to this powerful influence of the unconscious by sharing an analogy of someone being given a tape who goes home and put it in the tape player and presses Play. Listening to the tape, they realize the do not like what is playing, so they ask the tape player to play something else; but no matter how much they ask, the machine still plays the same tape. It is not listening. Lipton suggests that instead of pressing the Play button, we instead need to press the Record button and rewrite the program.”
Nicolya Christi, in “2012 A Clarion Call”
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